Celtic knots are also referred to as mystic knots or endless knots. There is no beginning or end, as with the timeless nature of the spirit. Celtic knots are endless, they have an infinite path. Celtic knots can represent an uninterrupted life cycle.
Claddagh - is a traditional symbol taken from a ring given as a token of friendship or love or worn as a wedding ring. The Claddagh symbol is 2 hands holding a heart and sometimes with a crown over top. There are three traditional ways of wearing the ring which may signal someone's relationship status:
- When worn on the right ring finger with the heart pointing to the fingertip, the wearer is free of any attachment.
- On the same finger with the crown pointing to the fingertip, it suggests someone is romantically involved.
- When the ring is on the left hand wedding ring finger, it means the person is married or engaged.
Trinity Knot - Also known as a Triquetra, this 3 pointed knot has been used as a symbol for the past two centuries by Celtic Christians, Pagans and agnostics as a sign of special things and persons that are threefold.
Triskele - A triskelion or triskele is a symbol consisting of three interlocked spirals. It is used in Celtic symbolism and was used by the Druids to represent the sacred number three.